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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to James Brundage about building websites with PowerShell Pipeworks
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March 19th is the International PowerShell User Group Day
Adam Driscoll is writing Microsoft Windows PowerShell 3.0 Firstlook which should be out in May
Sarasota has its first IT Pro Camp Feb 18th with several PowerShell sessions!
Techstravaganza is coming March 30th
James Brundage will present at the Atlanta PowerShell User Group on Feb 21st
The Rochester PowerShell usergroup is also meeting on Feb 21st
The UK PowerShell group meets on Feb 28th
Mark Minasiâ€™s 6th annual conference is coming week of April 29th and will be featuring Ed Wilson and Don Jones
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Pipeworks sites and examples:
[21:55:08] <Vern_Anderson> To the cloud!
[22:01:55] <BSonPosh> I feel so disconnected 😉
[22:02:26] <vNoob> James has a very similar talking style to Don, atleast that how it sounds to me
[22:03:45] <vNoob> Man you guys own a LOT of domains 🙂
[22:05:06] <ScottMoss> fyi Steam has Plants vs. Zombies for 2 bucks.. nice
[22:05:16] <JonWalz> I love that game
[22:25:21] <vNoob> ### sorry if this was already addressed…. But do the sites created and that run posh, handle site load as well as sites made the traditional way
[22:27:50] <Jaykul> ## does it multi-thread request handling?
[22:28:16] <Jaykul> ## does each request run on the same runspace?
[22:28:25] <Jaykul> ## or is it a new runspace every single time?
[22:30:29] <Jaykul> ## Do powershell scripters have to choose between learning web design and ending up with sites that look like yours?
[22:34:42] <Brian-AKA-Zuul> I just watched that movie “The Social Network”…I picture James writing Pipeworks while drunk in a single evening
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[22:38:23] <BSonPosh> my internet is flaky
[22:38:39] <halr9000> BSonPosh we noticed
[22:42:04] <Jaykul> ## Have you done any load profiling? Â That is, serving a similar site in asp.net mvc and hitting them each with 200 simultaneous users to see machine load?
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James needs on his Mission to Mars: a laptop with PowerShell ISE